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July 2014: 8 Entertainment Picks in Honolulu

Whether summer’s got you enjoying the sun or searching for cover, here are eight reasons to leave the house this month. (Just don’t forget sunblock.)


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MAMo Awards 2014: He Kumu Kukui



This year’s Maoli Arts Month awardees for their work perpetuating Native Hawaiian culture through visual arts are Paulette Kahalepuna (for her feather lei), Kauka de Silva (ceramics, sculpture), Meleanna Aluli Meyer (painting) and Duncan Kaohuokaala Seto (drawing, painting, lauhala weaving). If you missed the awards ceremony in May, the exhibit continues through July.

Through July 21, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Wed.–Mon., free with museum admission, Bishop Museum, bishopmuseum.org


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